balloon drop during riverbeat music festival
Craig Thompson

Your Guide to the Inaugural Riverbeat Music Festival

Save the date! RiverBeat Music Festival returns for its second year on May 2-5, 2025.


Get ready to groove to the rhythm of the Mississippi River at the inaugural RiverBeat Music Festival featuring headliners like The Fugees, Odesza, and Jelly Roll, and more! This all happens overlooking the great Mississippi River on May 3-5, 2024. Read on for the line-up, daily schedule, ticket options, details on the Riverbeat Music Festival experience and more.


There's nothing like hearing your favorite artists jamming with the backdrop of the riverfront as you feel the breeze coming off the water. Be there for when RiverBeat Music Festival makes history on May 3-5, 2024 as the first festival to take place along the Mississippi River after Tom Lee Park's $61 million facelift was completed in September 2023.

Catch more than 50 world-class acts spanning all genres, including Tobe Nwigwe, The Band Camino, Killer Mike, Matt and Kim, Yung Gravy, Jessie Murph, and more live across five stages.

Catch all the shows with a three-day pass or pick your favorite artists and purchase single-day passes, available at a later date, so you can spend the rest of your vacation exploring the other parts of the city. 

2024 RiverBeat Lineup

riverbeat music festival lineup
individual day lineups for RiverBeat
Daily Lineup

Ticket Information

Looking to experience RiverBeat? Three-day passes or single day tickets are available for purchase now. Single day tickets are $99.

Three-day ticket prices are offered at an affordable price range:

  • 3-Day General Admission tickets: $249
  • 3-Day VIP tickets: $995
  • 3-Day Parking: $100

Looking for an elevated experience? VIP tickets come with a plethora of amenities including access to two VIP Lounges (near the two main stages) with relaxed seating, private air-conditioned restrooms, complimentary snacks, exclusive bar and food options, dedicated entry lane, and more

HOW TO GET TO Riverbeat

For those who prefer to drive, you’ll find parking garages and street parking within walking distance to the venue around Downtown Memphis. The brand new Mobility Center is steps away from the entry point at 60 Beale Street. Keep in mind that parking fills up fast, so if you're staying outside of Downtown Memphis, it might be easier to take a cab, Uber or Lyft.